Philip II 244-247AD Antoninianus good Extremely Fine/Extremely Fine
- A genuine Ancient Roman coin from brief reign of Philip II (244-249AD).
- Ruled with his father, Philip I, before both were killed in an uprising led by Trajan Decius.
- With his reign so brief, all coins of Philip II are scarce – especially in this quality!
- Graded good Extremely Fine/Extremely Fine – a must-have!
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A rare emperor, with his coins seldom offered irrespective of the grade, we have one superbly preserved silver antoninianus from the brief reign of Philip II, son of Philip the Arab.
A sensational example, this magnificent 1,770-year-old antoninianus features an obverse graded good Extremely Fine with the reverse graded Extremely Fine. Very scarce in such a supreme state of preservation, don’t miss this opportunity – click add to cart now!